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Check out Gilroy Garlic Festival, Yoshi's or Tommy T's this weekend

Have some fun this weekend

Are you looking for something to do this weekend?

If you and your significant other want to get out and have some fun here are some fun opportunities going on around the Bay Area.

Yoshi's in San Francisco CA

If you love Contemporary jazz then you will love the soulful sounds of Najee . This Grammy nominated saxophonist is a master of his craft and has worked with artists like Prince, Herbie Hancock and Chaka Khan. The shows for Najee are Friday July 25th and Saturday July 26th at 8 and 10pm both nights. Ticket prices range between $30 and $38.

If you would like to go early and enjoy dinner you can make your reservations here.

Check out Yoshis dinner menu

For more information, directions or to get tickets for the show you can log onto:

Tommy T's Pleasanton CA

If the two of you are looking to laugh then you will laugh until you cry when comedian Sinbad takes the stage. You can check out Sinbad on Friday July 25th thru Sunday July 27th. See a video of Sinbad here

For more information about the show you can log onto: Tommy T'

Gilroy Garlic Festival Gilroy CA

If you want to take advantage of being out in the sun you can make your way to Gilroy CA to the Garlic Festival.

The Gilroy Garlic Festival is known as one of the best outdoor events in the Bay Area. Here you can enjoy foods from vendors like Silva Sausage, Enchanted Escargot, Frutopia, Sweet Delights and many more.

In addition to the food there will also be music from entertainers like Sandra Marlowe, Patty Abigail, Brad Wilson, Sean Wiggins and Lone Goat, the Killer Queens and more. See the entire entertainment line up here

Get your tickets for the festival here

Depending on if you are in the mood for jazz, comedy or garlic there is definitely something for the two of you to do. If you can't decide which one to go to then try to make it to all three events. Whatever you decide to do you really can't go wrong.

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